​​​​​​​Arab Parliament calls for a firm stand against Turkish interference in Arab countries

​​​​​​​The Arab Parliament affirmed support and support for the decision of the Arab League Council at the ministerial level regarding rejecting and condemning Turkish interventions in the internal affairs of Arab countries, and violating the sovereignty of a number of Arab countries.

The President of the Arab Parliament, PH.D. Meshaal bin Fahim al-Salami, said in a statement: "The decision of the Arab foreign ministers to reject and condemn Turkish interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries came in response to the demands of the Arab people, and expressed a unified Arab collective stance towards addressing the rejected Turkish threats and interventions in the internal affairs of Arab countries, infringing on the sovereignty of a number of Arab countries, and violating the principles of good-neighborliness and hostilities, "according to the Saudi Press Agency" SPA ".

The Speaker of Parliament called on the international community to take a firm stand to stop Turkish interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries, stressing that he would inform the decision of the Council of Arab Foreign Ministers of regional and international federations and parliaments, and request them to support the Arab position and condemn Turkish interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries.

Meshaal bin Fahim al-Salami affirmed that "Turkish intervention constitutes a direct threat to Arab national security, to international peace and security, principles of good-neighborliness, and a clear violation of international law, the Charter of the United Nations, and the decisions of the International Security Council."

The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, said at the end of the meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo last Wednesday: that the Syrian refugees have become a card of pressure and bargaining that is being tampered with, pointing out that "the external forces played a negative role in Libya, Syria and Yemen that exacerbated the conflicts, and now It can lift its hands from the Arab lands, "noting that the conflicts exhausted the Arab world and opened the appetites of the neighbors to penetrate and expand in the region.

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ANHA


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